Angela Lee teaches venture capital, leadership, and strategy courses at CBS. She brings 20 years of innovation, strategy, and entrepreneurship experience to the classroom. She started her career in product management and then moved into strategy consulting at McKinsey. Angela is passionate about entrepreneurship and has started several companies in the education sector. She is a startup investor and the founder of 37 Angels, an investing network that has evaluated 15000 startups, invested in 80, and activates new investors through a startup investment boot camp.
Angela has spoken at the White House and NASA and is a sought-after expert on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, MSNBC, and Fox Business. She was recognized by Inc. as one of 17 Inspiring Women to Watch in 2017, by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of 6 Innovative Women to Watch in 2015, and by Craine’s as a Notable Women in Tech in 2019. In 2020, she was awarded the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence at Columbia Business School. Angela received her BA from the University of California, Berkeley, and her MBA from Columbia Business School.
Cross Cultural Seminar (Spring)
The Leader's Voice: Communication Skills for Leading Organizations (MBA)
Foundations of VC (EMBA)
VC Seminar (MBA)
Foundations of VC (MBA)
NYC Immersion Seminar: VC (MBA)
In The Media
The Year that Brought Silicon Valley Back Down to Earth
Elon Musk’s SpaceX Stake Moves Lower, but Executive Retains Control
Small-Business Owners Can Innovate on Flexibility and Work Policies to Stand Out from Major Companies Competing for Talent
A Novel Approach to Startup Recruiting: Lower the Stock Price
Elizabeth Holmes’ Guilty Verdict Isn’t an Indictment of Silicon Valley